Covid Supplies Price Hike To India Due To Import Of Raw Materials: China
China said the prices of some of Covid medical supplies like oxygen concentrators being procured by Indian companies from Chinese manufacturers have gone up as they had to import raw materials from Europe to meet the excess demand from India.
China says price hike in anti-COVID medical supplies to India due to import of raw materials
Responding to a question from the official media here on India's Consul General in Hong Kong Priyanka Chauhan's recent remarks calling on China to stop surging prices of medical supplies to India, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told a media briefing that China has been encouraging its companies to meet India's procurement to meet the country's surge in coronavirus cases.
China says price hike in anti-COVID medical supplies to India owing to import of raw materials
Soaring prices of medical supplies like oxygen concentrators and disruption of cargo flights to India are slowing arrivals of medical goods, Chauhan said this week.
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China cites market factors to reject India's plea to control soaring prices of Covid-19 medical equipment 
Beijing on Friday cited market factors to virtually dismiss New Delhi’s call for interventions to keep stable the prices of the ventilators, oxygen concentrators and other medical equipment being
last updated on 15 May 06:38